The cover for the issue sees Lando lounging back in a chair whilst we see a silhouette of a woman that sort of looks like Leia since that you can see what looks like to be her hair buns.
The issue opens with the usual text crawl that basically sums up that the Empire are too distracted by the Rebel Alliance that smugglers and pirates are plundering treasures and this leads up to how Lando starts his score that would be the deal of a life time.
The story begins with Lando staring at an orb inside a bed room and a voice tells him that the orb is beautiful and he replies saying that he was thinking the same but then redirects the answer calling the woman that he was with beautiful instead of the orb. The woman asks why he is interested by the ‘trinket’ and says that she got it from an artisan in the city but it’s not worth much. Lando then talks to her and we find out three things. The first is that the woman’s name is Ssaria, the second is that she is a Moff and third he says that he was going to steal it from her. Ssaria think that it is amusing but Lando is telling the truth since that it is also revealed that the orb is valuable and that he wanted to make this a quick job but it got complicated and Ssaria pulled a gun on him. Lando says that he couldn’t steal it and for her to wake up and see it gone, thus having her put out a search for him and then rumours spreading around that she was betrayed by a lover. She asks him why he is telling her all of this and he replies saying that he knows her and she knows him.
Then we cut over to a bar in the city where we se Lando and Lobot where Lobot thinks what he did was stupid even though Lando still got the job done and has the orb in his possession. Lobot, using the Imperial implants, calculates all the that the odds of that working, but like Han, Lando never wants to know what the odds are. Lobot says that the plan that they had would have been easier but Lando contradicts him says that if they did it that way they would have been in more trouble but they now have a given the Moff a pleasant memory. A person comes up to Lando and says that ‘he’ is ready for him and ‘he’ turns out to be an old disgusting looking alien that communicates between three Imp like creatures. Lando says that the orb is worth the debt that he owes him and possibly more and he says that he will let him keep whatever is extra since he is a good guy. Toren talks to the Imp and the relay what he said, thanking him for retrieving the item and then says that the orb will take ten percent off the debt owed and Lando is pissed. The Imps pull guns on and the Imps relay another message saying that the reason that he only took off ten percent was due to the amount of time that it took him to retrieve that orb, but he says that he does have another suggestion.
That suggestion turns out to be what Toren says is going to be a quick job. Lobot doesn’t like the idea since that he really wanted that last job to be the end of this and he seems to be rather dubious that this new job will be the last job. The two of them then head off to recruit a team for their job and they recruit two brothers that have been modified and are capable fighters. The second person that Lando goes to join his team is a person that he has worked with, Korin and like many people he has a beef with Lando since the last time they did a job together he ended up losing an eye. But Lando says that he is also here to make amends and shows him the information that he has given him and when he looks it, he is interested in the job.
We cut over to a shipyard where Lando and his team board and we have a lovely two-page spread in which we see the shipyard with the ship they are after, a pleasure ship that is in the shape of a shark that is just insane which is owned by a rich Imperial. Lando basically narrates out their plan, talking about the shipyard and that it is defended by Stormtroopers but they manage to easily get their hands on the ship and make their escape with an Imperial Officer noticing from a window the ship leaving dock. The officer contacts Lord Amedda back on Coruscant about the ship being stolen and he walks off back and informs the Emperor Palpatine on what has happened, leading the reader to believe that the ship that the stole, belongs to the Emperor.
Overall, I think that this is a rather okay comic, it builds up the story rather well and Lando’s character is handled rather well. The ending is what I think to be the best thing about this since this is what I think would lead up to Lando being forced to work with the Empire from the events of Episode V.